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Conversation: 571-001

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Start Date: Monday, September 13, 1971 4:37 PM

End Date: Monday, September 13, 1971 6:58 PM

Participants:

Nixon, Richard M. (President)Bull, Stephen B.Dole, Robert J.Haig, Alexander M., Jr.White House photographerHaldeman, H. R. ("Bob")[Unknown person(s)]Sanchez, ManoloButterfield, Alexander P.Connally, John B.White House operatorRockefeller, Nelson A.

Recording Device: Oval Office

Full Tape Conversation Start Time: 00:00:34

Full Tape Conversation End Time: 01:36:03

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NARA Description:

On September 13, 1971, President Richard M. Nixon, Stephen B. Bull, Robert J. Dole, Alexander M. Haig, Jr., White House photographer, H. R. ("Bob") Haldeman, unknown person(s), Manolo Sanchez, Alexander P. Butterfield, John B. Connally, White House operator, and Nelson A. Rockefeller met in the Oval Office of the White House at an unknown time between 12:37 pm and 2:58 pm. The Oval Office taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 571-001 of the White House Tapes.

Nixon Library Finding Aid:

Conversation No. 571-1

Date: September 13, 1971
Time: Unknown between 12:37 pm and 2:58 pm
Location: Oval Office

The President met with Stephen B. Bull.

     The President's schedule

Bull left at an unknown time before 1:12 pm.

Robert J. Dole and Alexander M. Haig, Jr. entered at 12:37 pm; the White House photographer
was present at the beginning of the meeting.

     Greetings
          -Dole's appearance
               -Dole’s schedule

H. R. Haldeman entered at an unknown time after 12:37 pm.

     Greetings

     Dole's schedule
          -Santa Monica
          -New York City
                -Dole's meeting at Republican Governors' Conference


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                                  Tape Subject Log
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                                                                  Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

Attica state prison riots
      -Nelson A. Rockefeller
      -Events
            -Death toll
                  -Guards
                  -Prisoners
                  -Hostages
      -Blacks
      -Time of death
            -Guards
      -Amnesty request
            -Rockefeller's response
      -Police operations
            -Tear gas
            -Helicopters
            -Death toll
      -John D. Ehrlichman's previous telephone conversation with Rockefeller
            -The President's forthcoming conversation with Rockefeller
      -Police operation
      -Public reaction
      -Angela Y. Davis
            -Blacks
                  -Uprising
      -Other incidents
            -California
      -Blacks
            -Revolution
                  -Prisons
                  -Campuses

Dole's trip to Far East
     -Report
     -Southeast Asian countries
            -Senate experience
            -Identity
     -Cambodia
     -Vietnam
            -North
            -South
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                        NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF

                                   Tape Subject Log
                                     (rev. 10/06)
                                                                    Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

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         -South Vietnam presidential elections
         -Dole's meetings
              -Nguyen Cao Ky
              -Nguyen Van Thieu
              -Duong Van Minh
                   -Withdrawal of candidacy
                          -Effect
         -South Vietnam election
              -US role
                   -Guarantee of free elections
              -Congressional elections
              -Thieu
              -Electoral process
                   -Ballots
                          -Negative voting
                   -Announcement on television

    Foreign affairs
         -Nations gaining independence after World War II
               -Number with Governments in power due to contested elections
               -Uncontested elections, contested free elections
                    -Governments
                         -Africa
                               -Attica prison
                         -Latin America
                               -Chile
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                                 Tape Subject Log
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                                                               Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

                            -Colombia
                            -Venezuela
                     -India
                     -Pakistan
                     -Ceylon
     -South Vietnam elections
          -US role
               -Congressional elections
               -Development of electoral process
          -Choices
               -South Vietnam compared with North Vietnam
          -Two-Party System
               -Development
                     -France
                     -Italy
                     -Great Britain
                     -United States
                     -Commonwealth countries
               -British-American phenomenon
                     -Europeans

Vietnam elections
     -Candidates
     -The South
     -1948 US elections
          -Nominations

Vietnam
     -Dole's trip
           -Meeting with Gen. Creighton W. Abrams
           -Meeting with Ellsworth F. Bunker
           -Dinner with South Vietnamese Senators
                  -Political situation in South Vietnam
                        -Effect on US Senate
                               -Reduction of US economic aid
                               -Troop withdrawal
                  -Understanding of US political system
     -Drug program
           -Urinalysis
     -Prisoner of war camps
           -School attendance
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                                Tape Subject Log
                                  (rev. 10/06)
                                                                 Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

          -Diet
          -Visitors
                -Food
          -Health care
     -Cambodia
          -Military training
          -Cambodians
                -Spirit
     -Thailand

Japan
     -Dole's visit with Armin H. Meyer
          -Announcement [Economic Stabilization, September 9, 1971]
                 -Japanese reaction
                       -US position
                            -Economy
                            -Competition

Evaluation of Dole's trip to the Far East
     -J. William Fulbright
     -George S. McGovern
           -The President's announcement
                -Troop withdrawals

Dole's meeting with Republican Governors' Conference
     -Support for 90-day wage and price freeze
          -Spiro T. Agnew
          -Congressional support
          -Public support
          -Wage increase
                -Government
          -Public opinion
                -Labor leaders
                -Support for freeze
                     -Poll on issue reaction
                           -Released during Dole's trip to Far East
                                 -Copy for Dole
                                       -Use of poll
                           -California
                           -National poll by Opinion Research Corporation [ORC]
                                 -Use by the President at 90-day freeze meetings
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                                     Tape Subject Log
                                       (rev. 10/06)
                                                                       Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

                                -Surcharge
                                -Deferral of wages
                                -Wage and price freeze
                           -Dole's public appearances in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Virginia
                                -Response to program
                                      -Republicans

An unknown person entered at an unknown time after 12:37 pm.

     Request by Haldeman

The unknown person left at an unknown time before 1:12 pm.

     Wage and price freeze program
         -Labor
         -Wage increase
         -Farmers
              -Possible wheat sales to People’s Republic of China [PRC]
         -Dole's visit to Kansas
              -Support for program
                     -Decisionmaking
                           -Farmers
                     -Bryce N. Harlow
                     -Clifford N. Hardin
                           -Work
                                 -Farmers
                                      -Hardin
                                           -Orville L. Freeman
                                           -Ezra Taft Benson
                                           -Work
                                           -Freeman
                                           -Benson
         -Meeting with the Associated Milk Producers, September 3, 1971
              -Support from dairy industry
                     -Administration action
                           -Democrats
                                 -Wilbur D. Mills’ sponsorship of bill
                                 -Number attending meeting in Chicago
                                      -Comparison with Republicans
              -Bipartisan
              -Hardin
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                                    Tape Subject Log
                                      (rev. 10/06)
                                                                 Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

                   -Milk prices
                         -Support from Dole
              -Support for administration


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    Busing
         -Boston rally
               -Charles W. Colson
         -Michigan
               -Pontiac
         -Boston
               -Blacks
                     -Pickets
               -Whites
               -Louise Day Hicks, Mills
         -Issue in the South
         -North
         -South
               -Situation
         -Reaction in the North
               -Local schools
                     -Connecticut

    Democrats
        -William Proxmire
              -Statements
                    -Partisanship
                    -Economy
        -Dole's conversation with Franklyn C. (“Lyn”) Nofziger
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                         NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF

                                     Tape Subject Log
                                       (rev. 10/06)
                                                                          Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

               -Colson's response to Edmund S. Muskie's statement
          -Muskie
               -Presidential candidate
          -Proxmire
               -Suggestions on the President's welfare reform proposals
                     -Economy
                     -Democrat line
          -Colson's remarks
               -Muskie's statements
                     -Black Vice Presidential candidate
                     -Busing
                     -Time magazine article

An unknown person entered at an unknown time after 12:37 pm.

     Delivery of item

The unknown person left at an unknown time before 1:12 pm.

     Muskie
         -Time’s response to statements
         -Comparison between the President and Muskie
         -Black Vice Presidential candidate
         -Busing
         -Nixon as candidate
               -Public reaction
               -Colson's point
         -Administration strategy
               -McGovern
         -Call to Dole's office
               -Effect of Muskie's statement
         -The President's record
               -Black Vice Presidential candidate
                    -American people
                           -Voting
                                -Race
                                -Religion
         -Busing
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                                Tape Subject Log
                                  (rev. 10/06)
                                                                  Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

Issues
     -The economy
          -Election issue
                -Vietnam War
                -Speeches
                      -World leader role of the President
                      -PRC initiative
                      -Peacemaker
                      -Election strategy
     -Republican Party [GOP]
          -"Generation of Peace"
                -Republican audiences
                      -PRC initiative
                      -Vietnam
                            -Administration achievements
     -McGovern
          -Vietnam War
          -Trip to Paris
                -Negotiate an independent settlement
                      -Viet Cong's [VC] peace proposal
                            -News story
                                  -Fixed withdrawal date
                                        -Return of Prisoners of War [POWs]
                                  -Effectiveness
                            -Families of POWs
                                  -Meeting in Washington, DC
                            -Ambassador William J. Porter
                                  -Response
                                  -Political visitors
     -Vermont
          -Robert T. Stafford
          -Deane C. Davis
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                           NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF

                                      Tape Subject Log
                                        (rev. 10/06)
                                                                      Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

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     Republican National Committee [RNC]
         -Economy
         -Speechwriters
         -White House
               -The President's speech "State of the Economy"
         -Speechwriting
         -Presidential candidates
               -Muskie
         -Gerald R. Ford
         -Unknown person
         -Speechwriters
               -Support for the President
               -Nofziger
               -Additional staff
                    -The economy

     The President's request of Haig
          -Number of independent countries since World War II
               -Government as a result of fair contested elections

Dole and Haig left at 1:12 pm.

     Dole

     Refreshment

The President left and Manolo Sanchez entered at an unknown time after 1:12 pm.

     Refreshment
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                           NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF

                                      Tape Subject Log
                                        (rev. 10/06)
                                                                     Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)


     Sanchez's schedule

Sanchez left at an unknown time before 1:15 pm.

Alexander P. Butterfield entered at an unknown time after 1:12 pm.

     The President's location

     Copies
          -Number of people

The President entered at an unknown time after 1:12 pm.

Butterfield left at an unknown time before 1:15 pm.


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The President talked with John B. Connally between 1:15 pm and 1:16 pm.

[Conversation No. 571-1A]

[See Conversation No. 8-111]

[End of telephone conversation]

     Connally
         -Meeting with business leaders
              -Connally's performance
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                         NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF

                                     Tape Subject Log
                                       (rev. 10/06)
                                                              Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

An unknown person entered at an unknown time after 1:16 pm.

The unknown person left at an unknown time before 1:31 pm.

     Connally
         -George P. Shultz

     The President's schedule
          -Cabinet wives
               -Martha (Beall) Mitchell
               -Lenore L. Romney
               -John A. Volpe

     Business leaders' meeting
          -Reaction
                -Presentation of program
                -Connally's performance
                -Investment tax credit
                -Small businessmen
                -Remarks
                      -Thelma C. (“Pat”) Nixon
                      -Praise of women
                      -Six Crises
                      -Praise of businessmen
                            -Leader class

     The President's speech to Congress, September 9, 1971
          -Washington Post editorial
          -Hobart D. Rowen
               -The President's rhetoric
                      -Congressional speech
                           -Reaction
          -Reaction
               -James C. Hagerty
               -David M. Kennedy
               -Paul C. Bartholomew
                      -University of Notre Dame
                      -Speech
                           -References to American spirit
                      -News commentators
               -John A. Mayer
                                              13

                            NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF

                                      Tape Subject Log
                                        (rev. 10/06)
                                                                       Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

          -Rhetoric
                -Cambodian Operation (1970)
          -Mayer
                -Mellon National Bank
                -President's leadership
                -Press criticism of the US
                -Agnew
                      -Role
                            -The President's substitute
                -Gen. Charles A.J.M. De Gaulle
          -Agnew
                -Comparison to the President's speeches
                      -Building up the country
          -Richard A. Moore
                -Analysis of the President's speech to Joint Session
                      -The President's level of leadership
                            -The President’s August 15, 1971 speech
                            -National unity
                                  -Revival of national pride
          -Criticism of intellectuals
                -Rhetoric
                -Congress
                -Country built-up
          -"Speech doctor"
                -The President's speechmaking

     Labor Day speech
          -Work ethic
          -Reaction
               -Editorials
                    -Hobart Lewis
               -Magazines
                    -Time, Newsweek


The President talked with the White House operator at an unknown time between 1:16 pm and
1:31 pm.

[Conversation No. 571-1B]

[See Conversation No. 8-112]
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                           NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF

                                      Tape Subject Log
                                        (rev. 10/06)
                                                                    Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)


     Call to Rockefeller

[End of telephone conversation]

     Rockefeller
         -Previous call to the President
               -Ehrlichman's return call
         -Attica state prison riots
               -Death tolls
                     -Guards
                     -Prisoners
               -New York Times
                     -Amnesty
                     -Thomas Grey Wicker
                           -Negotiators
                     -William M. Kunstler

     Race
            -Busing, work, welfare
                 -The President's position
                       -George C. Wallace
            -Black support
                 -Militants

     Leonard Bernstein
         -Mass
         -Cocktail party
               -Black Panthers
         -Press coverage
               -Kennedy Center
                    -Time
                         -Photographs
                               -Cabinet wives
                                    -Dress
                                          -September 13, 1971 meeting
                               -Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
                                    -Bernstein's actions
                                    -Kissing
                                          -Unknown man
                                          -European tradition
                                             15

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                                     Tape Subject Log
                                       (rev. 10/06)
                                                                       Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

                                          -Jewish families
                                          -Latin Americans' "Abrazo"
                                          -French
                     -Kennedy Center
                          -Failure
                     -New York Times review
                          -Bernstein
                          -Harold C. Schonberg

The President talked with Rockefeller between 1:31 pm and 1:38 pm.

[Conversation No. 571-1C]

[See Conversation No. 8-113]

[End of telephone conversation]

     Attica state prison riot
           -Death tolls
                 -Prisoners
           -Guards
           -Prisoners
                 -Blacks
                 -Puerto Ricans
           -Amnesty
           -New York Times
           -Rockefeller's decision
                 -Support
                 -Negotiations
                       -Concessions
           -San Quentin prison breakout attempt, August 1971
           -Black prisoners' complaints
                 -Treatment
                 -Grievances
                 -Revolution
           -Rockefeller
                 -Russell G. Oswald
                       -Prison reformers
                       -Model prison
           -Model state prison
           -San Quentin prison breakout attempt
                                        16

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                                Tape Subject Log
                                  (rev. 10/06)
                                                                Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

     -Riots in model prisons
     -San Quentin's prison breakout attempt
          -Death tolls
                -Governor’s role
          -Duration of riots
                -Compared with Attica
     -Alcatraz
          -Federal prison
     -Causes
          -Permissiveness
                -Campuses
                -Blacks

Protests
     -National antiwar moratorium
          -Date
          -Demonstrators
                -Washington, DC
                -San Francisco
                -New York
          -National Peace Action Coalition
          -People's Coalition for Peace And Justice
          -Plans
                -Time
          -Permits
          -US District Court rulings
     -Underground press
          -Issue focus
          -Prison reform
          -Civil rights
          -Vietnam War
          -Environment
          -Prison reforms
                -Comparison to Indians
          -Editorials
                -Effect on youth
                -Comparison to Selma and Mobile, Alabama civil rights marchers
                                             17

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                                   Tape Subject Log
                                     (rev. 10/06)
                                                             Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

              -Revolutionary point of view
                   -Prisoners
                   -Blacks
                   -Militants

    Cabinet meeting
         -Briefers
               -Shultz
               -Arnold R. Weber
               -Connally
               -Rogers
         -Cabinet members' wives
               -Reaction
         -Meeting
               -Administration


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         SAUDI ARABIA


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    The President’s schedule
         -Edwin Hoyt
              -Book
              -Meeting with the President and Mrs. Nixon
                     -Previous meetings
              -Ancestry of the President
              -Meeting with Mrs. Nixon
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                                 Tape Subject Log
                                   (rev. 10/06)
                                                                    Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

International Seminar on Illicit Drug Traffic and Abuse
      -Meeting in Washington, DC
      -Participants from foreign nations
            -Law enforcement specialists
      -Possible meeting with the President
            -Presidential statement on international drug program
                  -Location
                       -Cabinet Room

The President's schedule
     -Allen J. Ellender
          -Chicken gumbo social
          -Birthday
          -Mrs. Nixon
          -Senators' wives
          -The President's attendance
     -Forthcoming Domestic Council meeting
          -Ehrlichman's previous conversation with the President
                 - Agnew
                      -The President's attendance
                 -Meeting of elected state and local officials, September 16, 1971
                      -National Governors' Conference
                      -National Association of County Officers
                      -US Conference of Mayors
                      -National League of Cities
                      -National Legislative Conference
                      -Revenue sharing
                      -The Vice President's role
                           -State and local government
                      -Domestic policy
                      -The President's participation
                      -Cabinet
                      -Revenue sharing
                      -The President's attendance
                           -Vice President

National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia
     -Dole
     -Meeting in Washington, DC
     -Decision on non-political status
     -Administration position
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                               Tape Subject Log
                                 (rev. 10/06)
                                                               Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

     -Number of attendees
     -Dinner, September 28, 1971
           -Melvin R. Laird
           -The President's attendance
                -Original schedule
                      -Mamie G.D. Eisenhower's dinner
                -Conflict in scheduling
                -The President's statement
     -Prisoners of war [POWs]

Mrs. Eisenhower
     -Medal of Freedom
     -Eleanor Roosevelt
     -Recognition
           -Queen Mother’s role
           -First Lady
                 -Role
     -Medal of Freedom recipient
           -Kennedys
           -Manlio Brosio
     -Lynda Johnson Robb
     -Claudia A. (“Lady Bird”) Johnson
           -Compared with Mrs. Eisenhower
                 -Mrs. Eisenhower's attendance at symphony
                       -The President's arrival
                       -Public response to Mrs. Eisenhower
                       -Magazines
                            -Time
                                  -Remark about Rose Kennedy
                                        - Bernstein
     -Birthday
     -Eisenhower College Fund
     -Medal of Freedom recipients
           -Lyndon B. Johnson
                 -Merriman Smith
           -White House staff

Williams Commission
     -Appointments
                                      20

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                               Tape Subject Log
                                 (rev. 10/06)
                                                                 Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

The President's schedule
     -Black event
          -National Business Week
                 -Booker T. Washington Symbol of Service Award
                      -Presentation to the President
                 -Colson's view
                      -The President's attendance
                 -Location of convention
                      -Richmond, Virginia
                 -Number of attendees
                 -Shultz's view
     -American Cancer Society dinner
          -Elmer H. Bobst
          -Elliot L. Richardson
                 -Cancer research program
                      -Funds
                      -National Institutes of Health [NIH]
                      -Appointment
          -Speeches
          -Annual awards banquet
                 -Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
                      -New York City
                 -Bobst
                 -Mary Lasker
                      -The President's presentation of awards
                             -The President's message
                                  -Conquest of cancer
                 -Number of attendees
                 -The President's attendance
                      -The President's cancer program
                      -Visit to New York City
                 -Richardson as surrogate speaker
                      -The President's presentation of awards
                 -Bobst
                      -The President's attendance
                             -Conflict with schedule
     -The previous trips to New York City
          -Speechmaking visits
          -Lyndon Johnson
                 -Al Smith Dinner
          -Future visits
                                              21

                          NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF

                                      Tape Subject Log
                                        (rev. 10/06)
                                                                        Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

                      -Advance notice
                -Award banquet
                      -Terence Cardinal Cook
                      -Henry Cabot Lodge
                      -The President's appearance
                            -Richardson
          -Thanksgiving plans for the President and Mrs. Nixon
                -Lucy A. Winchester
                      -California
                -Presidential Thanksgiving dinner
                -California
                      -Dedication of the Eisenhower Memorial Hospital
          -Invitations to the President
                -Number

An unknown person entered at an unknown time after 1:38 pm.

     Delivery of item

The unknown person left at an unknown time before 2:58 pm.

     Schedule
          -The President's consultation on invitations

     Connally meeting
         -Reaction

     William F. (“Billy”) Graham
          -Contributions
                -Economy
          -Relationships
                -Public manner
                      -Receiving lines
                      -Compared to the President
                           -Touching

     White House church service
          -Visitors
                -Treaty Room
                -Lincoln Sitting Room
                -Queen's Bedroom
                                           22

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                                   Tape Subject Log
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                                                                   Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

              -Drawing Room
         -Mrs. Nixon
              -Public demands


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    The President's schedule
         -Preparation for meeting
         -Hardin
              -Offer of resignation
         -John N. Mitchell
         -September 14, 1971
              -Michael J. Mansfield
              -The President's meetings with Robert H. Finch and Donald H. Rumsfeld
              -National Health Education Foundation
         -Camp David
              -Arrangements
              -Invitations
                     -Apollo XV Astronauts
                     -Vice President and Elinor I. Agnew
         -Newspaper editors meeting [September 25, 1971]
              -Panel session
                     -Questions
                     -Members of panels
              -Audience
         -Question and answer [Q&A] session
                                              23

                           NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF

                                       Tape Subject Log
                                         (rev. 10/06)
                                                                      Conv. No. 571-1 (cont.)

                 -Television
                      -Media coverage
           -Peter G. Peterson
           -[Williams Commission]

The President and Haldeman left at an unknown time before 2:58 pm.